Summary: My Word Coach is very user friendly and fun! There are various exercises, as well as a way to look up definitions. The software is programmed to be encouraging rather than giving negative feedback about ones progress (like on a lot of other "brain training" games, I have tried).
Summary: I love learning about new words and jumped at the chance to play a fun game to match. What I liked -Good word selection -Most of the games were fun -Controls worked very well What I didn't like -I hated word/letter scramble. I don't find it useful to learn a word.
Summary: What started out as a game console has actually made me feel younger. Not that I've found the miraculous Fountain of Youth but I think having a better vocabulary and being able to hold your own in a conversation has its advantages. Like you know dude?
Summary: Positive points: My family members all think this game is fun. The game includes 16,000 words, including quite a bit of "SAT vocabulary" and the word difficulty level does progress nicely as you learn the words. The definitions, though simplified, are clear and accurate. Negative points: 1.
Summary: Have had it for a month now. Very satisfied. It allows you to build vocabulary with out unnecessory stress of learning. Haven't figured out a way to have two different profiles for myself and my daughter which is important because if I play while using her profile, it will bump up the level for her...
Summary: This is an excellent program that helps expand your vocabulary in many different ways. Great bonus to buy it used(so long as its in good condition) and have someone elses history on it so you can coast through the various games on any level you want.